Newspaper of True American, August 14, 1838, Page 2

August 14, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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COMMERCIAL, Mail Regulations. lke Ore EeasernM Wail is closed every day at 10 aelk,1 A M--Ia doe every day at 12, M. The Iarsr as.tfail is closed overy day at halt.past U AMl--la duo with the great Eastern Mail. S i lail (via Covington, La.) is closed erwy Monday. Wednesday and Friday. at 6o'cloek, A M-Isa due every Tuoeday, Thursday and Satar. he Lanmdrifle or Rirer .Mail is closed every Meedey, Wednesday and Saturday, at 8 P M--Ia sent and returned by steamboats.-Arrives irregu. arly three times a week. The fRgou S.ara or Coasnt ail in closed every Teeede and Friday, at l, P M--Is aet and re. teame the steamboat Brilliant. * *" e r.edite Red Rrswr.Jifciiiaentirregu. ITty by ateamboats, twice a week. L.e.atvile or River .ail. dne dy, and Closes at 8 o'cloek, P M. Coast fai il atedaynd Clse at 8 o'clock, P M. New-O" eans Chamber of conmmerce. maceas ven .nei r.IaR 1838. 8. J. Peters. President. A. Qaertier, 1st Vice President, W. L. Hodge, 2,d do. OAIMITTEE OF APPEALS, FOR 1838. James Dick, Thomas Barrett, Je.l A Merle. II C Cammack, Jal H Leverich, Ahijnah Fisk, GEO. W. WHITE, See'y. Lastes Datla. Sk A e c............ 6 I W hi.ton. Au ..... 3 Sar1, AaI. ............ 6 Cineiunati, Aug......... l l a d .. ....... 7 ille, . .......... li i Avq ............. 4 t. I.elil. July .......31 • w r a ............. aj | vive.ro , July ......... 1 a .s (esa) Aug..... 5 Pa.ri. Jy ............. IS I At e............. i .Londo., .......... t l ks A ............ 61 Here July. ......... ..a16 ORDEAUX-Per blrq Le Flut.e.carlo: 44,100 averr.; UAVANA-Psr triug aqea..eare: 2058 ks;. laId. cue bbll over. l.ADELPIiIA Per barqaeJs.aplline..358 bales cotoen, .i. 0pig lead; 17 soils rope. IIMPORT'S. .i Tha*Ae-Per abr uahJn..be rgo: .191 boxes sugar, R rolllng & en. HAVANA--Pserr rr.ibety..nrg': 318 hng cnffee, I0l heoxes lair. A Fisk, Sl:t.r , & Trier, A CiUtllo. BALTIMOIRE-Per brie ArPhirict ..asorted ctrcs: J C laistee. Bennett. Ferrldvy ,. ,.; 1trlelei4 ro; J Vuiril, V r; Bhlleton & IlBr, Crnim,, , i Milohieh, J I.allande. (Tireren , rm; .1 Albert, A H \VolWae; It II McSiil: A grav: Sueer,l. T iein. ce; II McDolwell; J IV" I)wve·r; l; isdford; Fornyth, Glolwin .lar; J WcV Zeilurln 4 t co; l.eeloelle, a. d urder. CGIALESTON--iPer .hr Eliza JIa..,n:rgo: 1i5 tc. rice. ii,. hr: A Cauillo. A Rblb. J l'Thaer, T SLee. Cnorlllll 4" SIClahl, J Lallltda. P-- r rl riCharleltou..113 relkh,,4 h4llf iI, rice, and overnslent st.re.: JA lnrrsell,; Chal,. pliaer & (Girrd; laj Clark ,l co. RI ECEIPTS PRODUCE. il e pCsn-Per inamc packet Huntsvillle..reenn: 9 bales anna, to aIA Ldeua; undrie. to oueer oiel bueid. PAOOENiGERIO. MIsaes--Pr.lr anbine.. r Dlennrl. Oaelrae--Par .laam rlaket Columoilia..liii. A terrettl. II J.mrsI Mmlss Ic irnMarei. ll.an, Ball. A Stlerrett, tlemeut, DrJ W Coi,,sa. Chilea. ee Il Die.eo. Dr V I' P Laull il hm: Lapi Heresird, J Pierwl. Rrni l. Iro e o l iiel. Eigl. ace. We Grinene, L P Ialliday. Ii iershell. J J L'indietrr. D laersolI. I'rnlen. Reellsl, W Spark., Itiherdin. U W Umiib. Le.ly.Tr.rler, J i Washbllan. Wrller. IS~l h,J rterrett Dr W Crter. E Cuarter, W D Davis, Iluail; W T iGry,.V lV Geoodlos--9 ov deck. 0M EMORtANDA. - U, Charleston spoke on the 9i11, II P 72. lillr Edward hemp, Irol AtIakapl.. bounld to New York. let 17 0,8 Ie.e l ., in di.atre.., kin ie I st tl. enii anal i mell died. IThe tig put hebar mate oi board, and tlpplrrd her nitll every imetnary Naw York, 60h Aleult--Arr. sbilps Providecr. Peanlrce; ld Olassa, Santl; heems: rdlr Tex.*, Oh i k1lrlll do. Phll.dlalphia, 71l Auguest--,rr. Iariquse iaa.Ue; Eldridge; konee. At Liverpoal,(pelar Gireat i.etrll.) Jlly 7th. Rzeer,r Hnmln aormaln. Wand; oa 9tb. ersolet, Ihall; lhn,:iit, ''nrll;r on 14th. ale Saow.wv; bVm Goddard ei ith;ln e.l|;lh. ()rt-. nns. Dereai; El,.h, Mnallet; 171i. laj,.tB,:, Mlllslar,l; ll,, Oictopi. Davis, Noe Oblete.. PBrel~ady; fOeieieIo. inavey; 31k. Nantuarket, It ia,,.; 20th, lrer, Il ker Mehil--Per tiena.oWr We,, 'iIe jlh,,,.. 5.1, WVilli,,m, IMrs Williams, & Mlis. WVlliniv. h,.sl. Jnlllr. A C hllwell. 1 Bnrns. T R Bul,.. W Seweell. AnlltolliO, Ullle, i .t h..u.r, Wm lerlnutl, Dellnrd--lle ill Ilrk. Markets. NEl'W YO., Arc,. C.-Al , llOtn dull t nark Rlo- adi In ltte. aPo i ltuno. ith re. ,d to the h llrt tk(L.. Ihennctti,, srlt. have tet n limnled; hla , It itoee ., . hlhave tranupted earc t Iliall rie.l. ta--The prli':ti;,n i this mhrlar rerm n rm ., the tm-r - prie.· contin|U e 11rn1 n lust settk r tr,. At I;:,Iulullul, a lolo I'ot iohid Poltr Iliall w. i r . iTheIl ta 4olerI. Corel..-Thire i Wtilil a ..ir drt ill u tr rtm unptiO n of of which io'drrr at k ich hlt n rleur redt , all * t It: Iarnr,, Ill.a Corp lo I. h bl L DIOutl-nIIII, Irol,,ll el -fI 48ll bag,, w- :Ia told at m .d Iiec Ita blg. L.ou a u. t illa yivolltu nIle, Irulls 100.0' II.. oAVLhe. Jut.r II-toTTON--tI allrtl u t has. iPea hPia.k ihtL wes , tl.U, l tatthe i lre.ellr-n a, 0, +1 IuyPt ar l tilthe Itelro , sill l tl u .liu t, sl c . F r iiats . ,l .pnl.a e brlutCultld alam;r butI this mllijvit. mar I u Innri parllu Ila y alattibuted to the dirpeoilo n o l hohllders, who no1w , illiolI)" ivlnit to Illf IaJllhdurl l Ll 1.J Ihld p'lr'r)illllrl+ n'+ r, J.,led, an;e seven elhhted JIa nuag reyrle to rdelliz. r. ,lri.ll , oll illf Irdiry and atdtlidlin qualitina. oItoa i lrit. - Ile a werr. therefr,,l acl:trd, if whicht he f lino-mg era t . a I,lll 1 mp' - neot: Laroe of Chinl Odd, ay. 1L061 nths N. hur, (7ialimd dTleg nad 1 idtt at t mf;oSI tIhtia I!pl.td. r C..I.t (( nId. id t lid.) It alli 6d4'a hl't.i do a12.3 eil. ll i 1 tIIl l )t(itl and 336 ialle lathi'n. chi Fanny, (tmid-I..itr nad mill.) at 630. Taiae rllt. fully an il t.elhe Ihh leclne f Ilut wrck. and or t lanbl hld not inldorLtone otiny atl t lt'ialttilln: tt)olealday hoWad pr.aig forward their lat ai, p toa han .el:erilCarod a fall of If. an allla all siat oanitllll late ; ordlllnry and low adsco in parlr ulr, a ure still ddownward tcllellocyi end are freely offered. L.vItraoo., J Itly lt- lhr CLOtttll alirk't wa again fiat o-day. "hele wan. perhaps oare )apithy tnd so. pilneaan trcvalnrl io-diny tlan on any day fia aolae tIee Ipnt The arornt of hIles ,old did not exraed 200; the prices, however, llaiu a irlt, 111 our Illtl quotalion weren fPlly stp aoraled. The larl-r loldcras ara notyet pretaina ltheir cottrn tfor lle, lhe rlnles tl. lar eamuprnie p i711i .4drrt.n 5 1-.2, 1I L,0 Peraiatn S I-1; L011 llohabl 8 -4atI, I.-; 10U igo pitm 1ua1l I1-" 00 Marnhnthn 7 1-:a8 I-I. JUt.r 20-T-l hhi iae eireulnr tain, but aw in In the early hour at whiclI tle !elAhrI for ithe itcatil iatltrll barte to belllatll, I 1ll tlltltlt toseatlld tau ela s, i u to-tlhe pre.elt n-intt tha re inta ntne all. I ltr, d however. rtaer that tite inrkett r,-l tilll in laparly tin itaeills tes ve.atrdu, lt l u tl price- alret Deirt.t. iThe rnan will reaueal frm t toL ;110 ,ales, ctnliuel It'ntilpd ly to American tdll , Tit malo for the ianr dla since Frida)'a circular, Trade. prra. E.rpori. 20 floAT ll. J+'nlt v r tor tLh Jtul,~ 1lhr.l, atla', 47i,t15 71,9i50 48,15t1 BSlelfram olene tilnoutt, ',3 ll n 1,9.l 8.at)l p2.,31nli Total siler i lliivertul tto 13th July; 18 7. 580,1,t1 F'ron atllla to .otnet I]:u. ' 71'1,:I31i Tobhaaco.-T-l'e sus nIo atatt Ito :311 Itlndi thieflv Virgl.o I.lal fulot- oI- taII , it lo IttC ttt(ulltlllt'.i irt tlP bhoes trade, at pre 7 rnu rates. Rice.--The trana..ctio a t.r, iltnied ta t 11 iae Fatr Ildia at our quactatiota tand a fiw tuset dresei Crno lna, at 3. par -ewt. iuly paid. TWENTY FIVE DOL.LARIS PI.-h ARIO. THEll ute areward till l. laidi for ttpprltr.triua t I tIhehI I ARItY, atid litutt tan-tv ttatrs, five et fihe orslx itoh hlii;ith; ,.ld Iallo -ntt,;t l ;t latk Ilf, ho lhaeuahid hlre.all yietatatthy hot te ,rl lhcri er, N ýtn.. ataeltte aIr ci. tt Calft insr ,,i'w++mels end o:I err are rorwaroed rint to receive or hurbor hlUl, anhttle lhe atllitaet tt.allllv oa the lawr. .. It. 1. IINIll, SnI-fit 1'.t R'rI' taroan da rltz hle .rolnipani Ic n.t'.a- iltrra, 5 tied a oitt plulteure aI. hlauttua, iiapt l'lnairtlll .ia.l0t. llatr MI. lhlt. iart eaneit€ jill. ns olrinaer; lt-it icc ricttiatyca.Pro I it) 6 r son reetatibn it, e It , lagr alllta ttttute delaa' . tltlr-. l.a eapiltinet lillalhx a vtprllr tt nlelre% t.1'at [pri t alt Ia ae pointle Iae rthal ina os . aiiiinplpoe ile ' l lot anlotlerca, a-OL. - A •AI 7Al ll:,htocuzetii te STATE OF LOUISIANA, Firt J lirijal Iirtrirt, Coun--Wn'atlr W. Stewart, itltal nasttt i taotly, v. his Creditnrs --Tile creditortf th" rapelilioner, Mu i ir W..$ tewuta , are hereby illiedi to I etll anappelcar in ape. Calrt. nal Monduy tile 2,'th Auiguat ineat, at IlII ot'chlk, A. M., to Ihaw ctneo, if ally i.tr huve, why uid Wanctr \a. Stewart should not Ilave the ectefit of the laws ntlde fitr Ihn reliel of lntlve'nt D)lbtora iII atlual etotira. By o,dor ofth11$ eoort, this 301,h Julyv, 1,::3. I'. LEItIANil', I)'v Cl'k. VI.'0--(oa reW'oP TA'Y' DLE l., Lo.ltil .E-tt'our de diasriet dtt PmnmierI i teat Judiciaire--Varrer W ttehart, * Meu. eonantlre n erna eiar.a--tirr-es 'crtiers ai pi'li. toenqiit.. Warner W. fliwarrt aont jpar In pIe fsnt ntolitih Sdeas eow 4-an plan conurt, hndi le I9 srut ptroahain Ia 110 heranldu matin t pour falre valoir rurs fatua.us 'jl a1. oPl, .aJaluoi iodlt WarInaer u'nIra pad lc 6 blt Are d' te .npuar venr al al onlr da. d,-iieurs iasol vatl, a dintat. Par ordre dte la rour In :Ijuilct 111. , 31 jll P. LEHI.ANC, t1p. Greli;er. _ 'E)Oiti11;'1'aI(: GOODLLxaaa.waeiae k a I- la"ay I.a hraowaileatinp. Jagi-nk . (:nol ini a broai ahiniiga. Lov.tll . la. & I'own cottotn. I or t ale by Shi'E3'SiO.N . -V,, V. ha i, 'at I l F.-a0 ca ofa 'IT'lhonalua Lime antlat,, sud fro sale by CHASE & I)IXEV, jy.d 6 Cuatllttlaose strreet. AI.AIAA Wt -tieenail lia Dr lainpa n\inan, inL mor a.ka andl Indian bhlM, etaitled to drhenture, for "Iala, - REAl) & It0R.'rErovW, ulu. 67 Grt vier i treet. pF4~HI BIRANI)V. A fee Iihls old peachn bhatddy S alhy READ & [ARS'POW, aI 7, Bank PlateJ 1 no'rl Mmi'mtnt ofMaat , favinaerilk aid gi - bat, livel, ned I'nrasol., Ihr .ale fv -el+ ISAAtlC BItIDGlE &6CO. -6 " 11 Mtantc-i.rtt celt. DE LA Ylunicipalite No. 2. MARDI. 10 Jnillet 1838. iuiolu quo l trdsorier paicra, our I'ordre do mai. re, a John Gibson, pour avis, la somme de cent trento cinq piastres, at aux propridltires du "Com. mercial Bulletin", pour avis, a somme do cent 0oi. xalto-seizo piastrea et vingt--eiq cents. Sgnd& JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdao!u qve laeomme de 862 16,100 sero paydo nu major Willard pour le. ddpeoses par lui faits enll tirnnt no sulat national pour I'anniversnire do la Ddclaration d'Inddpendanco. Signd, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu quo lo pavage an bloc octogone contracti aven M. D. H. Twogood soil plac daa la I run Ca rondelet, antre lee rues Girod et Jule. Sin6, JOSHU A BALDWIN, Recorder. Rdnelu quo lee propositions schetpes 'do John Grant pour les travaux on boets de wharfs do cette municipalild, sou.s l date du 26 j in 1838, sont et domeureut acoeptdes. Sign6, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. R6dolu qua le wharfinger ret et demeure autoried b faire vendre I' eneon, apron dixjours d'ovis prd. aloble dans deux journaux, on frangais et on nag aix, tout le bois de chalan, lest ot autres maidriaox maintennt dne I ns l dpot de'e tt municipalit6, et en ev6s des whoar's et de In laev6; los propridtairea desdits objets devant payer lee Irais d'encan, dd duction faels des amendes et impositions qui y se rout appesars. Sign6, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder Rdoolu quo le trdsorior palera a Robert Aikin, sutr 'ordro du maire, la ,omne do dix huit cent vingt cinq piastreo, montant do fret nur mille yards carrdes de yioires a paver, par lui fournies, confor. tidnmet t uone rduolntion du 6 mars dertier; ledit fret dexant Otro paydj la livraisoun des pilrrea do pavage, at ddduit du mntoant deadites pierres. Signd, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Itdooln qute I pd'ition dans l'aoft.ire do Charles G6noia, l)aire, vs. I Lockett, la nlunicipalild No. 2, at nutres, soil trinsmiiite u oa iroe aves demande que cotto municipalit sout adfandue par l'avocat de ce Conseil. II eat en our. .i6solu quo ce coneeil ddsnpprove l'action intentiol par lo mairo contre It. Loekett et to tridorier do cettc municipalild, d'autant plus qua coate poursuite A i d intentde salus Pautoritd et con. tro Ie colla'nltenmciltu c corseil. Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. .'OTICE. The ship 01110, Captain Cutter, from Blrt.cm. is dlischargiig carno ippoile tile vegetable market. Consighcees will picae attend to the receipt of thei, goods. 'l'E'n'SNON & AVERY. aug14 D Griraviee street. 11'A all c.EGAt,. fl--54I hIlfbnse spanish setare-, said toeo P'ricipiu, just received anrd tr sale by Il i LEO Y & Cii, snlI 10 tiraler treet--ul stoire. C.O ltitY's1 CIlEl~t'T SYnTil'EI. 11 HI Credit Hslt mn of France, Great Britain and the niti UeiS te--bv II C C(:rey, author of 'l'riaiiiilre of Political Ecirismy,' S.c. Just received an for le by W00. t'KEIN, nug"1, Corner of ('amp & Conmmn ,t, A ifjU-;E., kL'J'.n ant, llJiha for tile, frmlllllg n n ircusand Busin stweee. 'riile I voeC tiei ins1t5lao . JAIESr TA 'A hlI"' a a l14 I b'lfEbN 0Ol.l.AI0S REWARD. /ILI. be paid i the ppr.heisii indi ll Iodgilu in prisol in I t llilhet r of ti n o ii lli tilh s. \V1II lI.\IM Ill II EII, aln ilerncted pprncelict to thel t utrlks i I trad ,; : |t, said n )lllItre l ol ut lieT. f et lo r or fie iteih's h 1ish; lirht I'asir, blue io.os; i (i,,rnn Ib i brlh; epenks the Enoglish, Fre col saertlta ilcoger. A.ll lnrcoe ImIr lisriocdirwl lotl, IiOI ibnrorer rlrtrlI h i. sald aplpriltie, ittltler hie irv',rrlt pe Iy of ang14-- t" Ilncksotitlh. "'Iin r\Va lk. ci - 'Y (e) l ,-IIl,. T l. I * sanr v enntl itmyd -,i, Triton mee(t, urns n, r Tiv;li l gl Circle. It Ia venr vcllik e li t 'Ie 1clu it sIl dertrlhle residelce. Apply' to anet .1 OT''. . . . . . . . -, . .. . . . . . . . . AIEV 1RLEANS4 J; ASI t'JI..E 2 R.IIL ROAD OFFIC .. S EAtUItA) l'r'.;'"u willthe t uE"ived nt ill' lfcee C zil he i"t of 401Itrhlvr, thr fjrilug 100,1t100~ I I(liweu!) of 'ymeenis, or erllo'w 'he, 2 1-'' ic ihitI, 12 it'ehheu'r di , atd in teiieth. u' 21, free ortip. wardl; lo be Ierlivarell Hlot thle lines of thie road; oft the shobre uITI.*B I'unolrnrtrain. ()teLIVEh 7't'rmlnaeirte Pra n y.Prgee 6,11 i-Ft t'td.'f 2.g'n. & (i'n'l Superd't. 'P ireuudYPI)I(.I·l~l the~ln uutt t'I IeC PiekmIiek Pu. peru,' 'dhetetlunttf every dhy Iite; 'Nwthln, Nitklahe' tillltratett lnurn,,nd njgunt h (i'ruikshunk. I'lit Iife undl dvent areonf Nichllola Nieklahv,con raming a f 4iihlitl account of the tirtounr, tmisfoirunmes Ipaitluge, d tithllinge, und e' atpltta teaer of the Iiihleht' lemili. Edited by 'Iloz,' uith illuntrations by IPhz, No.2. Sketctlres iti Youte Ladles: in wlichtlhtes interest ns~ members at othe uttiml kingdtui, are clnasified e curdina to thrir fteral inlteirel), ttttbitU, uled get,'eral charaet~erie eIn 'Quiz,' with atetchot ut Yuauu gen. tiitu'o lay Que itlr. I1111)0 anhSl aiun U Iuutrish IellifhelMrs. 5 C Iflaui ttttthteuor tf'&e lt:uleurae)r ' ttlnle Iltuic,' &e. &e. it taue vol.., jlust rcoivied lttd fltln e bly 11M. M'REANx unt Corner oit CImp 41," C,' ten at. Wi VA F)Alts-:'hlt emils ru-en euteeland. fIgrom ay Liberty, :toil 2 in store for exlr by SAE I11:i titgt-i 4)) Ptdidsreeiit. , / 1F'ilth: HIAV )NNA etl; t'it-2tt m noeet' y StA'ElE i& 'tRPIER, nR12l 41) Puydtritnttreet. I- All ANA tntGAltS-JoO,Oluf dill'.eunt Lbrud+, 1in etolle, !or sale by SL.ATER & 'tRIER, nttl 1 40 Pth'drus treetrI. 14"('IIANI:F on nisile \(lne It -- e AtIAII FISI(, R.Ah\lith_ bult 4th protit American, hrn'. for mode by IS.14C BRIr!,cOE & Co. nllgi 1134 llaennite treet. t'(O1 1 r E- :ueuirmimue tuvtui ee) ju~ t rul Vve·! and l or~rale II S& J P \ VIIIJTNE', I)gl R Conii str-2t. rii: ' t:( L Uý-.f il itC'l'taerr t ri~ing :, ii elt .e of steaunetlle arlic)"ý. i- ' uF" by ISAAC Itill)'i6 & CO,. lint: I I:1 Ii) 3luenhi trrtet. tJJttUI:-:tll Times CIIrII*I I tir ce, httding fro NA brig Chrrlriitn, ttr sn.it Ina I AYPE'r & A'NE~idri __ ull _1_ ___-__ ('inntmt rt'etreet, PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE! lIttlitE.D cRent Ne. 17 eL)Ti'tt STREErT u SI'. CH1A RLES STREET NEXT'1"r 'lIJEATRE. Rdl ANE O It~lde), her e))upiiijIilnt toeI thle I'oullbe ndl her frriitdr. rut inf'ns theta thiut ihre I' I'Itunreed ultin httr tormer etltlltt a iare ctlatenient, Ileulllly and beaultifull Iere, oil St. Charlies 1 stye, t, next doolr to thle Theatre o dll ,lrllle, and near~n the eaner f 'urtttno street. nwhere 'he oi ill he haptry I n t+ necollliluiiltiat all tho tIu lli' tutvnu lier wi ih tler pt. trniili, ewhich she w Ittlndel)'ut tteu)it I everyti'at leuuun which c ay feud to tlu I:Iir coulflb,· and Imppiitvaa. r uu;-9-I3R3. - S'TE'NIt Parade thisda, (etuiltdlluy) the 11hii it i o..alt 1 2 o'cloek, I'. ill, in fatigue trees, thliiiepnEts, at the ttrutre, forithe pllrlio'iof 'Tharget Inriu lIy orduer t.f (1Iot. U. F. ther. h tiC)). 11 AilIOT'', rInell~p7ii~re~ O S". 3) trtll (t1t)lI;' O EO RLAS /ri I1E price of fresh floo.-iir todý"i $Ii 50 per II1I. ue :unliilU to t1I I ilatltie i'krru shinl give turing Iat t.l)lug weri, (front ,iio llnitr, 13th inst.,) 41 ullncer quinalllim wll uigl itt.o Qul. m,.rn, iz: 51} i nttet " n. IENOIS,tueer. h TYPOGRAPHICAF1UA$OWAT-IoNC 1t7' A nonthlyl (eeluIg f the Amruuiatioitwill he helel at the L1uccrn. eurr Pydit and ent Camp-nstrer., 1'hts Evenitg, Ott R ldnab. a utgllt J.AIMES O'tlOI'i'D Prr'y. ' \)2.\5-lol 1)b)uee ttynutt Tlo; lii helis tonne rý N. Ilvton Trla; and Itimute n .ugIhyena 'Ira ini lthb. ciiatluu , for sulehv 01 ISAAC lttlirlC(E & CO. it lu-l1t t34 Magazrine strret. p, - inLit' C't'tltKtOlt'nat'hu-,ltli Bnrea, Is ,2let un atuoutnd lumps', ouftrioue brahenl and quaIl. at tee, for malet by i ISAAC BRIGCiE & CO. u-igll[. tMgazine reet. *-77(1t Barrela uf.Ltin; iutl Hales Hay, land. tolp fain hug Gluullu , and for robe by b, LEVI II ,;ALE, alolI 9:1 Ctuent altrien. a 'J)' Ie0lr.t.-U'J bilt. hNo. 3 Stuthrell, landing bh brjtn hip I bin, for rule by zugtt S1'E'leSON & AVERY, .1, iiravrierutrret, l LL NUle Jr0111U 1''UiN) S, for sate by l NATII'L'l'(IIVN-END, ca jall Excharge )trtel Gist e) at. 'IOl.ISlEtt) hihlIn moinaa inotrefii afe bal y Ny IA V1'ET & AII&ELUN t anzldf) 7 Collltntve rsier. 'rCiE TRUE AMERICAN. EDITED DY Jouag °IIB0SN N. FAITrPUL AND BOLD. NEWV ORLEANS: TUESIA ........AUGUST 14, 183S VERY LATE FROM EUROPE. Never before in the history of Louisiana, could it be said that the prneii nl events of Eurlpe, both commllnercial and historical, were known in New Orleans within three weeks of their accomplish. ment. The "Great W.srert," brought to New York papers ro the 21st July, and the Express Mail of the 11th apprised us here of their contents' Such rapidity seenmsalmost impossible. In Londn on the 19th July, Consols fr the e. count were 94 318; and 94 118 to 94 318 for money. Tile select committee of tle Commons have re commended one uniform rate ofpostage throughout the kingdom, two pence, for tonch letterua half an ounce in weight. The Vaudeville theatre ill Peris his been destroyed by fire. The Minister, Lord Melbourne, declared in the house of Lords on the 17th July, that "the afairs of Canada did not re quire any augmentation of the military forces alrrarly sent there." The steam navigation company who sent out lthe Sirite, have quadrupled their capital. It is now n million sterling. It. sides the tremendous e'enm ship the "Britishl Qteent" now nearly completed, they have contracl ed lor three more. They n.e to be called thI "Prlesdenllt, the United States, and .the Great Britain. T'he keel of the first ts already laid: she is to be 2028 tons. Tita bill to abolish imprison ment for debt is sure to pass. This should c use some of our own States to blush. Shall monar chies teach republics liberality ? The figte 'Piqu , arrived back frmn Quebec in 20 lays. Rush left Lodon on the 19th July by the Mediator: amel d propos name it carry such a fire brand! one who has used his office to ahuse his country. The"Timtre" will now no longer praise Van Bhtren and abuse all banks. John Van Huren isenriolled anmong the big wigs at a feed givn in Guildhall by the Whittington of tihe dry. Parliament was it rise about this dale. It has done much practical good. On the 23rd May a fire consumed 601 houses an Cairo. Earl Durham's appointment of Mr. G" Wakefield, as land Surveyor, has given rise to some discussion. This individual was in confine. mealt three years for failing in an attempt to run away with a rich and lovely heireas. Sereedhim right. The British Queen.-This stupeldous steaml ship, commanded by Capt. Roberts, formerly of the Sirints, arrived at Prrt Glasgow, and has gone into dock, where shite is to receive her machinery The Queen was towed to Plymouth from Graves end,by the Vulture steamer. Betwixt these places she had foul winds. At Plymouth the Vulture left, and the Queen then came right round by the Land's End herself in fine style, carrying all sail, and beating every vessel in her way, especially a French brig, which attempted to compete with her for some time. Having arrived at the tail of the hank early on Saturday morning, she was tow ed into the wet dock at eleven by the Sams:on creamer, the top of whose funnel, it was observed, just reached the top of the Queen's paddle.box. It is thought she will not be ready to sail as early as announced, and that the Tiger will take her place. -The Pripne de Joinvilic arrived safely at Brest on the 10th July. At the civic banquet in honor of the coronation thie illuminations consisted ol 14,121 jets of gas, producing light equal to 45000 w;ax candles. On the 9th July the Queen reviewed 6000 troops in flyde Park :-n hundred thousand persons were present. The Love Chase was per furnned on 19th July for the 102nd time in the sname theatre, Haymarket. .R tolerable twist--A mani named John Richardson took at one dinner 6 Is. plum pudding, 8 Ire. of bef,4 of mutton, half a peck of potntoec, and 7 pints llxton ale. Feat of the feet.-A man named Mol!oy, of Rise street, Soko, undertook to wall, one mile and a quarter every hour for a thouaund successive Ilhours, being permitted no stronger beverage than tea, or cffiee, and 'pop.' He accomplished Ilis tasK faithfully-a greater walking effort than any ever known. It is said that the Russians have taken possession of 'l'eheran, the capital of Persia. 9' The "Great Western," although arrivins in the extraordinary brief space of 13 days, did no reach New York on the Saturday, as reported, hu came up to the dock at 10 o'clock on Sunday miorning,the 4th inst. She left Bristolon the 21s July, and brings news sixteen days later fromi Europe. The punctuality of the Royal William althoough commendable in principle, was unfor ,unate in fact, since by departing on Saturday she lost the opportunity of carrying out answers to the Great Western.'s letters, and thus realizing the fancy we conjured up on Saturday, of having in. formation conveyed from Europe.to America, and uark again, in some six, or seven.and-twenty days. There were no less than 131 passengers on hoard the steam ship-of whom 110 were in the cabin, anld 21 in the steerage-thus the amount il her passage motey, alone, amounted to $20,006, besides 23 cents on every letter, the number or which we do not see stated. Among the par. sengere are several well known in the political world, as James Watson Webh, Florida White, John Biddle, &c., together with a very large-num. ber of theatricals, of whom the mo.t distinguished, are Madame Vestris, and Charles Mlathews, (her husbarnd,) Tyrone Power, James Wallack, John [lorley, R. C. Maywood, of Philadelphia, &c., &e. The " Sirius" arrived out in 15 days. It is said that llousra will take part with Mehemmed Ali in asserting his independenes of tile Porte, and that France and England will aid the Sultan; thus sowing tile seeds of another European war. The rumoured ion of Victoria with the Due die N erours, is evidently mere idle gossip, and nat the supposition, so often repeated, that the Qureen will imitale Elizabeth anid marry none, would prove a serious evil to England, since the crown would then dirvnlve on that arch-liend, Ernerst ., flaovler. 3llnisters seeml now firmer than 'ver, and strange to say the revolt in Canada seems ith principle cans,. Whe~n it broke out, all weret ready to strengtihen thie ministry in arder to sup- I press it: when it ceased, VWellingtor aipproved the minister's ats, arid forlthwith u large tory influen ceI was propitiated, und thie wavering whigs brouglrt back. The ministry is determiaed to do every thing it can for Irilant, and proclaimrs itself ready to receive by ilstallllelnt what it cannot t commandn at once. ''hius the Irish, and all the liberals, are with them. Of the tithe question, the fore seemr nearly deciled. On thin asubjrct we quote tihe follouing opin.ioin trola tie English correspondent f tIhe New York Whitg. Take rry word fat it, aid it is tile opinion even of mnl:r opposed ro Ilnrtratlrial polity, that tithll are now at an end itn IrIrland they are virtually holishrd, and whethler put i, the shape of a rent rharte Ir Iit, they will not be lmulch longer paid "The grlat of a Inarge sum to pay arrears (auy£.i300, 3(.0) may slave Iff the ultiriate result ftr a year or two, Itlghi we doubt it; but even it thei appro pratton principle were at this mmnent conceded. t ,told lie lnelffectul. Tie time it guoe by whoen .evt'n ,illion 1 iof Pplo will consentt to pay oUr he churchit of one million. New York letters of the Ist July sent to England ry the Sirius were answered by Ihe Great W rastern, rrived on the .:hl inst. Thiis s only 34 days! ravo steaml. A gentleman in New York went over to ngland, passed S1 days itt visiting various of its urioaities and got back ltdnme in 39 days. The aGreat Western" arrived itn Bristol front rw York last trip in 12 days. a Ionpibtle..-" Uczn" is said to have a melancholy cost of countenance! It cant he! Governor McDnflly, of S8. Cis aboot visiting Europe for his health. Thrre Sooereigns in one Pers-on!--'lhe Emperor of Austria seems as fond of coronation pageants aus other babies are of saenar plums. He has long since been crowned as King of IlHngar: dubse qnently as King of Bohemia, and now resolves to he crowned at Milan, King of Ldinbardy. "Thrice to thine." f3O* Madame Vestris took her farewell benefit at the Queen's Opera Hlouse, Lonadon, on the 121h .fJuly, when she appeared in three different piecer, in three several languages, English, French, and Italian. Such accomplishoments are admirahly suited toour polyglot community. 0" Imhnpootanl.-To all whom it may cnncern it is important to know that the American house of Mlesrs. George Wildes & Co, of London, have d advertized all who have claims against them as hill holders or otherwise, to present the same foi payment at their office, No. 19 Coleman streati London. a(J Bennett we see strives lustily to make it appear that Webb plays seecnd fiddle to him in London. lHe patronizes him : procures his eormoa. tion ticket : pities him ftor his inability on write, bring as he says "all belly and no mitnd," and adds that while he, tBennett, has been engaged in obtaining " an overwhelming fltood of light," he, Webb, has been eating, drinking, aond carouoitng all over England and France. Cotton. There was on Iand on the 20th of July, it Liverpool, 150,000 bales more now than at the coarree I ponding date last year, but orices were better, from It to 15 per cent; and yet though the receipts continued very large, and the dentant rather slack, these prices were maintaitained. There will be rather over an ane. rage crop in England, and as the crope regulate tho markets almost entirely, it is fairly presumed that pri ces in the cotton market will not fall. Bennett gives it as his opinion that for two years the cotton market will not vary much. 0 A fatal affray took place at the Lake end of the Rail Road on Sunday evening, which result ed in the unfortunate death of a keeper of a cab aret in that place. Three individuals, we unoder. stand, attacked the deceased with kniveson some trfling dispute, and the fracas ended with his death. A want of certainty regarding the names of the parties prevents our entering into more minute particulars. Three individuals In Baton Rouge have been apprehended on a charge of being concerned in "the Lee case." Their names are reported to he J. Perico, R. Fitzpatrick, and Const'e Pearse. There are some of our own citizens said to be im plicated, and about to be arrested. ( 7 W e learn that the young man, charged with uttering forged Texas money, and said to be in the employ of Mr. Green, had left that gentleman's establishment previously to the time at which the offence was committed. The steam ferry boat from the head of Canal street, at wharf No. 2, is now in operation. The Carrolloon lotel increases daily in popula. rity, and comfort. There is now a handsome billiard rooot, with tile bar attached, opened at the end of the car house exactly opposite. Btoth rooms are elegantly furnlsherd with all rhings needful, and being separated from the main establishment have a great advantages in point of lquiet, and con The revolutionary nmovnlmentts of Don Carlos's partisans in Llavannt, Prlttipe, anod eo bher plaooes in Cuba, have been iffen.iolly esptroes'd. -rTho advaetage anld inlpurllne of havinLg Legion attached to the seacond Municipulity have long been felt and ackaowledoed , anl. we hat with sincere pleasure the daily symploans of ne conmpliehing this object. 'lThren crack comlpanie, -thle Washington Guards, Iouisiana Grays, and Capt. Johns' elegant Dragoons, have left the "Le' gion" and joined themselves to the fourih regi ment of Louisiana Militia, and will form tlie no. cleus of a military force alike honorable to the Ameriean populnation, and ehntial for the security of the city. A large numnber of spirited young nmen are now forming new companies to join their, one portion of whom are enrolling themselves as an Artillery Company, and another as mounted Chasseurs. The zeal of these iegh spirited indi. viduals deserves every encouragement, and we hope to see themn joined by all who being subject .o militia duty will readily perceive thle advantage and comfort of joining their friends in these Inu. dable efforts, to being subject to compulsory mi. litia duty. We feel assured if our enlightened Council will aid them with a liberal appropriation that the second Municipality will saon boast of a Legion inferior to none in the Union. Young men of Orleans, weigh this matter well, end act upon it with your usual promptitude. The ache Liberty, frona H.avana, at this port, Aug. 12th reports, that about 400 arresta had been made in the city, and it was thought a goad many more would take place. The government of the city was supposed to be perfectlyslafe and nearly all the arrests were very private. A Pilot Boat has gone Irots the Balize to meet

the sloop.of-war Boaston, from Tlmpicot, with DO8,. 000 dollars in specie. Suspension and Resumption. With all his egat tisrt and aflectatoln, Denneit is capable of much shrewd calculation, and tholagh the constant fail. ore of h,s tprophecies prove that he call see no fur ther illto a till toalsne than another, he reasons closely iln asle.rtained facts, and takes great pains iu rie acquisition of inlafrmation. 1lo oepini,,a regaradiig the cotton nmarkelt, In Liverpoo.l, assuoae unore inpartanece now that hie ison thie spat, and practically inforiimed, and we therefore make a shnt extract Iro al his lteers regarding ti- placy of etaus el iolun, parlicularly In tile south, ald the in iluence of Balokl operutians in our stlaple coim o" dity. But for the. United States Bank, ansd t e ,hlr batlks tat our country thllat eue into lithe market, includlnn i aso their policy of a suspetnse n ofl slp. le pllaylnents thle value nor preselnLt l.ialtn c.rop wotulu oasa been $10,00),I:00 ess thtan it w llI fetch. Thie aenlslt thie UitIted States aUnnk here, llna-+ phrie & Illddle, have al iulmense stock tin hand,' nd iolla daily rtccivlig ml.re. Ol.ly ens der thant at tills nllentrt there are 120 Americaln ships in his plrl-in Lonlldo, only halt a dozen. 'l'te pil., cy of d l.lyltng the r.su pllllliun ill peele paymenlt SIthe. outh, whatever be ithe norals ltl II, tias til. Ioubhedly realized $0IU,OIi,OUi to the Ultled >lates that would have been thrown awat here let toIllct, I do not approve: ol any llnllka goitng tIt. o a.cuntletnial operattone-but o le hanks were f.r. !rd illnto Lh lt pnetnllun hi" atlleovrlrlullling -nltprgenry I -and the dactrinels aeid latlh tand viaahiitly ptr.r 'Ited In by tie lanrlagsand their ugentl in New York, were narrow, selfish, suicidal, slid deslrta . Ive to southlern r ltrelts and southerl ltraptly. ..'lnea:l another "declar ltion." Great etxcte sent prevails an Gcerlmany in consenqlence ol an nergetic pelition, or remonstrance, addressed i, lie Diet at F'rank'orl, by the llnolverlal Cian.lber, i I Deputies, against the tyranny 'I their king, JEr eat, the absolate, who has virtually destrllyed ith ullositulion granted the people by the late kinllag, 'his Igelnonstranc eInergetically, though repeact Illy, d, niea the force of law to all acts per rtmed by the legislative bodies as at prsenlc fiorte _ I, heing convened in direct oppositiont ta tile ve,. principles ol thla oustitioltiu; a i calls upol the I I Germanic Diet to 8 "whatthatnconstitution was when, under which, the present king nscndrel the throne " There is an emphasis about the ouncl. dimutentence which is likely to disturb the s.,h ni, ty of thlis "royal brute ." We declare solemnly, hefore nut (LGodd tl i'. luetrinue assembly, that we have not and will int bewanting in loyalty. Full of fidelity tuwnrds the saered person of the M~lnarchi, weill nt in fringe in his rights. Butt, on the tsher hand, ine oath andi itandtie compel us to defend the tightl: and the happiness of f our cuntry. Tlhe lationol Treasury -The olobe give uis the return ol the Treasury Department to the Ist inslt. The whole amount of Treasury notes authorized by the set of October 12th, 1837, hravln been istledl, viz: $10,000,0O0 00 And there have been redeemed of them about 7,100,000 00 The new emissions madein place or Ihose under lthe a t of May 12th, 1838, have been 5,080 582 81 This leaves a balance of all out. standing eqoul to only $7,085,502 31 The Money Market at Boston continues esey. The Banks discount liberally at six. P0i'I' TOF NEV ORLEANS. CLEARANCES. Ship Jnha Parinl. Adname, Linerpool. 0 Let Shr Henry Clark, Atalachib.ola. Otentr. S Cer ehylocn, Hlopklns. Clthrleston, St e. August 13th. Bsrnquo'Le Flore, Oriel. Bordeaux, S Cspeville & co Iarque Jo ephioe. JobnSon, Phladenlphit. J) Denegre trig Itootleo Phisttn, Ilavana. ARRIVAIS.. Steam packet c'olutubih, Captaiu Mhoore, 40 hours ftm Uanlr-ton. to J Reed & co. Unimte Stsn tetnllinoat Seal, from the Sa',ine. Packsetteamer Hanttville, Jourdin, front BanOl Saor. Aupust 13th. Steam towbhot Hlltudou trn tit PaSsi s toeem to rnr slip Hurot, ihip Conoerd. ind schip eIles; rig Alfred Tyler anll Iviulhoe..Btrought up rligs Arheitect, a od Chilclun; scdt; Lthetrty. Sbine, and Elit Janet. teft no report. ani Charleston, J . urnAet, 4 days fromn Ctharleston to Sig Architect, Grn". 2 days from Bwltimore, to G Bedford. sohr Eliza Jae, Htskill, 20 dayl ftom Charleston tG Jsenkisc& Stro Puler sabine, Mooren, 5 days from Mntanzas. to K Grolting. Skchr Liberty. SRussel, from Ilavana to iltgetdlre & co. Steamer tVm .Vltace, J W HoSamnt tr,itmste. froet MobIile. SUIURVEYOR'S OFFICB OF TIlE SECOND MNIU NItIIPA LITY N.OTICE is hereky given, that in confortitv to a resolution ot the countil of this nunicipality, passed at their citting of Ttilesday, June th, 1848, I will at noon ofTueodua, ithe 14h day of August, adju dicate to It r lowesat idder, the textension of tite l bankmnente andil fillineg ofthe wharves ofthis munieipol ity, agreeably to thSe plan and the specificlations of the laine Ietod ilay 09th, 1838. tud exhilbited at this of fite,-lhat is to savy,-the filling or the embankmtent to the new wharfbetween wharves Nt. '2 & 3,-filling op part of wharves Nos. 3, 4, 6,7. & 9, and tiemhlkiil the piortion marked E, between the Scavenger's whirf and whrf No. t0.--Also, tre portions to hoe ebankel, or filled, of the New Wharves, between Noe. 5 otd 26 ,I and between Nos. 26 antd 7. Satisfactory sureties will be required. J0O . PII.IE, tug4 Sirvtvni. BUREAU DU VOYEiR DE LA lice. llUNIdt PALITE. 1 TONFORMEMTENT o unsa rcsolution du Conseil r dde cetto Municilpalit, pasnhe dent lu ennhe dee Mardi, juis 1838, avis et donnt que mardi, il4 du moii d't ntth midi, min hnrtettj'adjugerui au rlbnis, I'et treprioe du remblai des wharfs do cettte tmnicipiliti , d'apres Ic plan et leg instruntions dates du 29 itai dter nliclet eelibs attdit hnreau, savoir: ls remblai du nou vean whaf entreles whlarfs Nos. 2 at 3; le remblii tie portin des wharfs Nos. 3, 4, 6, 7c t 9 ct partie di qui murqote t ur tedit plan, entre in wlnhrf nux immondtli es oet celui No. 10; nusei In rembtli de porti dles noe vcoeunx wharf entre le wharfs No. 25,et oL6, 6 et '27. Usne caution Satitfaisante sera nxige. 4bout JJiS. PIL1E, Voyer. ENGIIStl BOOKS. ARTINGTON'S Cyclopnwdia of Bioranphy 2 vol. do. do Arts and Otliencuc, 2vols.--Shakespeare in 3 vols, a pockotedlition illus trted. Phillips' lieology. Jiameso's Mieiineralov. ilrewster'e 'treatise on Mlagnetisit. (;fry's Elegy illustrated. RoLgrI' Italy and P'oems, illustrato l, 2 voes. Ilardling's I)awilng Book filr 1:38. lhillips sn witer colirs. Easy I)rawing Book, by Childs. Strutt's Spirts ani Pss Times.. Just received usd for sale by \V81. B'KE nngi corier of Cntp and (:Cnommou t t. N 'l'ICE. . 1O RRIoSON'S Il.geinn Vegettle U .iv.er.l Mled. ieiin , formnerln solld Iby II lSvko, nt 27 ClI:r. trre streellr, hs renoved to the Iook'tore of IlIVID) iFELT' , o. No '14 C!,no,,,e, strt,, (dlcretlv otf i<ice ) wlm i= to '' .ppointed Sub Sient f-rttte atte I 111 iilvahl et It .leldirinen. Sold in ipe.cets ofl I, $, .$: with ample dir'elhins in Spanish, Fl.enh miI A ift, copi,, ofl the loinrioin,o Ftamilv At'ti<cr of the Ileiisih sltcets of Ileal'h price $2 7:i. Also, the Prn.tieal PI'lot , hil editioin,37 ,tc. Tttake tinl'e, tht e lni e are never sold in ,, I'roe Storte, adl caln only be had in tis city at 24 Chartres street A frelsh snplly just received at augl-tf New York Stationlers' Ilnll. It t--15110t (Coask T.lh naltunItilllh Iding fon brig Chieftaini, and ftr sale by S & J 1' WHIIT'EY. atgd4 0 (' l treet. LEMON SYRUP [I-0btee lemotn syrtp bInding for sale by 8 & J P WIIITNEY, antl g 8 Conti street. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given llat no debts contraeerl frol this date by the of.ticers or cresw lte a Bralle boat Merchant, will Ie paid by thile tsbcribers, Itless authorised by thenmselves, alll the eollunts counter siged Iby Mlr. Gregor Iyvrne. - iANSEL WHIlTE & CO. aug4-9 BACON 81DES-75 tids bucon sides. 511 hhdis Canvass Hiaims. 10110 lltmns in bags superior qu:lity, in store,and obr sale I.v LAYETI'& MEI.UNG, aug4 17 Commerct:e street. B ALE ROPE--S0 Coils Misaouri and Kentucky bale rope will be sold low by LAYET & AMELITING, aug1 17 'ommereeo street. COFFEE--140 bags Rio. 1411 dt,. Havaa•. For sale Iby T'ETSON & AVERE aug4 88 Gravier street. H AVANA SEGARS-100,000 medium qutlity I oi sale low,to closet a eosignment, by a 88 Gtnvior astet. IINlEYS-50 bales LowellLinssvs for sale ty L STETSON &, AVERY, augA 88 Grnvier street. C OIDAGE-Mandsla and Turred cordage, and spun C yarn, assorted sizes, litr sale by STETSON & AVERY. a2 88 Grvilier street. )RK--I) Iharrels clear mtess, soft tlss.,d the Jt descriptions, for sale Iy STETSON & AVERY, a~l 88 Gravier street. UTTER-:6 Kegs fresh Western lutter, in h B ometorder, for saleby STETSON & AVERY, u 83 (ira ier st NErGRO CLOTIIS, I.IN.IYS A& KNIlItielYl- i he subscribero otier fitrsale, Illdih u' ship I'oncord, 92 ales pilain mixod negrol thl; I llal Cnilled mixed negrtl cloth; Ill hales lis.y .. .-rid dlore; l bole whiht sw.n skins; I case lprinted tersey; 2 bales heIavv mixrd Cordtuva tt.rseys; I bale unflnisied c bv kereys. ISAAC BRII)Gr ,- So, jy l' 1 1 i , e t .it s ire s B AICON SDllES-lllllent) supe'r ottoco ,I ma n ca BI in store, uand or sale bly G Itt 10Y, nugl __. 1 -nw le_--et II 'AN 1 COlF'l.E-J.tt to gpral, ie t tto r i otd for alte by SI.ATEIR & 'TRIEI, 41) II'm. ra- direet. , landilng fromlll brig Illrodmio or sale by I n IAAC llt'llil; \ Co, auy7 134 Matgazine Lsreet, i IoIUANS, Shoes tti Sllller-ltt enee,.ont. 1 prising anll assortment of len'ds aand Illsov's fine tip, pegged atid tI l-ooit Irottgtao; len ailllItms file. oalfslloes; Ilet' an d omlen's ilum Itoand shpte.-, childrens and in'antll boots, ahoer and unkle tie,; land ing frou shlil Ohio, and Ior sale lby ISl.AC Ii:1IItGE & CO. nugll 131 llizine street. SsP.it t IL-i8 r ox . pureo, itucltd .ett( (i, lafnditg roam slili tio, lur sale by IS.+AC llIDt, iti (&O. nell1 Ii) .agzi, e rett. U .IP-l4L Ituxon Eetbe, Nt. I nole, -1.,ian u;.l;,{k. Ssois l Tlrubridge, loadnlg irolt shi t)lbi, ior aole ty ItSAL BlllDtl & 0 ., anogll 134 llagazine street "4 ,.t.AS-'t.3I Cases lilns and itto fille i.tpI t peged Blogasl., laudit ellitll brig l'rtdiu, ul fur osale by ItSAA( BRIIItGI.: US). at.?7 ____ 131 Alogotnole -tree. i' L'IS-En-3" bids. hotnll's. ss hs lnudilt g iron eitr Lhoslhttt; also 30 dito, 11 store, andll r t tt.e 1 LAYET & A OI.LLt,, tt i-AI(-- 3 Hiinds. Suglar (ordnil,ai'l) ltndlo. tro :, slit l(ualitte;ll also 7 dill store uttim o sa by LAYET & AsMELUMId ,L >17 {Comln.n,,ll s.tcet. IFuiod nlak, onidterd eqtul lolt I. Frenh Itar. ell, anlid at oie Itlrth the price. Also, a low do iuyil Carminei l Ink. For sale Iby DAVIll FE.L:1' & CO. attg7 NY VStationors' Hall. FFItJE NI\E VOIiL.EANS & SA.-tVII.I.E IAIL RLAI)D CtIMPANY--)raft on Net, lork at pht, or sixty dans date, for sale, ill lmes t o al pur hteesu.t J..1t.ES I1 CA LDWELL, iv6 Presdent. pREST: )P.Olllt-8.0 bblis ulnding and for lall by I' Jy i lDOtSLY, 14' Niw L.t ; SECOND MUNICIPALITY. JiERE brouht to the Police I'ouand ' the 2nd M lunicipality the following nao ed aninduls One arrt RBay mnre arid Coit. Onesacill l.i Colt. The ownert insid animalns r* r equsted to call to the iound, prove property, adl lake tlha i ,nry. - II f. A.IHI'RER, nvltl Captain of 'the Watch. TL it ae ele 6 tau tlldpt de l d 2de nito .ipadib, lee .ait.inaulx uivanas: Une grand ojnient bale aive son saivltnt- un poulain lni. Les proprietnireoladesdits ani mnx snintprbs de venir au depot,prdronver leer propri eta, payer le frail, et emmenr ledita animaux, I1 nat H iS HARPER, Capt d lia Garde. jt . IR bIrought to the Pollce 'rison of the 2nd ' V Muntieiplaly i, the following lunmed nlnves, viz: IENIY, about 34 years of age: says he belongs to SMr. Collins. ANI)EIt$ON, ohout 40 years of age; says he be longb to Olr. Edward Chiflie. CHl ARi.S, about 2( years ofaie; says he belontgs to Mr. Mlondelli. .ACK, about 13 years of age; says he belongs to Mr. Creggs. MARIA, about tl or 17 vears of nge; says shehbe long to Mrset. (Gormlv. The owners of enid slaves are retquested to prove property, pay charges antd take them away. H. S. HARtPERl, jyel Contain of tile Watch. ObNT bl emmeniib Ala iprison d. In Secondeol. SeicipaFIta ls eenlaves suivants, savoir: llINitY, g6 d'envirot 34 ents; so dit apportenir A M, Collins; ANiD KSON, ngl d'environ 4di ns; ditapparte nir AA M. Edwirurd hiffle. CHIIARES, ne d'envlron 20 nan; se dit alpartenir it M. Mtodelli. JTACK, aogb d'environ 13 nns; se dit apparitnir b M. Creega. MARIA, oeg d'ent iron tl6 A 17 ans; se dit apparte air A 31. (liorrllay. I.es propr btoires desdits eaclaves ront priens de re elamer leurs eclaves en tlnvnt Ias freiet, 2nout II S. H'ARI'EI. ('apt. re Watert. ®ICE--S l casks now landing rmt Cliihsrleuon, for slraeby S G BILA\CHAItID, jy i _ 31 Graviar street. r1 0 RENT-.-A inge and airy nfiee.;noel lsituated, Sand in the moslt busiiness part of tleity Te'I'rms. m'nderate. iAlply to v. GIREENE, at tlhe Orlenan l.iilhpgraltphie (.llce, 53 ogiine street. jy24 r p I.E'T'-The Mhiea situated on the c(urnier of I Orange and Religious tre'es;ipp iolv J 1) IlRIN . A COilIEN, j '4 . Oi Common street. A Curd. ORLEA S 1. IHIOGRAPIIIC INTABLISII. ME. ', 53 1lAG.IZIAE oI'TREET, OPPOSITE BANK'S ARCADE. GREENE retturns his asiunere tlanks to hii l frieds andi the pollic of New Orleans, for the patrolaen bestowed ont dli for tle raet t1.o years, otlt begs leave Io itsire tIle that rall orders comp:" ed t his charg sthall lie punctuallv attended to lie will as *usual, keep tno ofldt e open during thie sitnlner. doid shall be alwas readylv to strike off merchant's circu. lure, bttinesa and adilress iardn, funerol notices, maps, pnans, and drawings, of every description, at the shorieat notice, and on the most reasonabln terms. Being assisted by artiats suplerior to any othler establish llt in tile city anil from ione exleriiice in teil itjhographic lin lie teels confident f giving entire ati facction. N It Apothecaries and dnirggits' liaiels ixeluted in as good style as copperplate cngruavig, i d ot one third of thae rxpense. jvP24 LE 10o casks Philodelphit Ale, Abbot's broad, juslt received, and for -ale by J B REIN & A COHEN, j32l4 190 Comnain street. 1 XCAN G i" O BRIOSTON-Draits, io aim to s it purhoanWers, for ole an jy 4 STETSON & AVERY. S ,ERP OIL-1i roabs wt.intee straineil ne,, rii, ol,, , ISAAC BtRnIDGE & Ca, 'y - , 134 Magnain' street. O I- eaten naseoiter e P orag,citwprieneg In WassortmLent, for fale b ISAAC'BRIDGE & Co il t131 Mag3l zina street f)Ro AN titotENT- rcc n iniportntinn frnti - Lou ion, fir nle xh READ &. ItIASTa1W, , y24 _ " 7 Bank I'7nl e. | ALI: tRUDtE & 'T\VIN fnr roli i--r 3SLATER A- 'r TIER jVt'4 40 Povdras strent. n slo byv S.ATR fl TRII TR, ' SO"4 40 it'oylros st: eea. =1 IIt EA INC TOH.Il OCCI- .fr" Illy _ · I : j . SIn ,A'Ir 4,'"lll'JERll, Po lrmns street. . i -3 ni ies i ublc tirik- ker ii", liding itab lchi lI ili I, l,, ill Maigini ftel. oil- 1 -: l.,l unit - til 'i ice s: , Ip c l. A vll 11 sad tier sal ib i n Ioitol, ui A C l,..\, Ijy4 90 ontthili. iul iouiuii ll street. c ha rt , a tlllll Itlra [ h o s t eI r P loasen e R oeIll ~e l r , GlO. WIIT l AN, jtll E or· l rllg'tt ht otll, S' .i th ie, s t j? 1- .(Al irtIviier It.'tlell, iV ANTE tri-A pi, ii .;--* .... lp. j vl'- Co' Cr~llip ,b , lilln tla sit'vet,. ORLEANS LITHOGRAPHIC OFFICE N ". JJ , ..L"..II -It.. 1, ,,;, I...-1." .,tll .r :1 -,al le E S'I 'A B~i~li F D fur the executaion of, nlnaps, lilnll Iad d Jrnwiugs, merchimis' circulars biusinesn oij 1 audt a x cards of ever}' drsctilitilun, fnlloral chemar+lr of deal , natnll" lapIer, Inlpoeecary and di' ggist+'l.'tela buekl checksa, trayl receiptslt, &c. plltl IIItt d and exeel it i neaeep nd expditidas style, by the proprietoar. 1VLLIA11 C;tI:1ZNE. NB. lank Sntes nicV executed. rn2N PORTRAIT PAINTING. V e wil1111 lmlm nI sehlor ti IIn New Or)lane I'm the plurpolse ol I nll 1l portraits. Rooms cornerllr of ' Llulli andl St CharlesB in the house18 occuiedl h n'arlaru & CLyn, Dl)entists, whjn)erimlnl Of hiln pite g Can be seen. Elllnrate inl St )Illarle strlee. ft18 lm *lvNlF (l'I \t)--A few line donble blrrel gune in storn, far sale by S LOCKI'. & . o. jyl4 2_ Old levee. HISKEY, Flour nnlldbork, in store flr ale by 1 eel G ll(OltSi Y, 41 sew Levee. LEMtllN a1'nUPU-It bonees telnaul syrup, landing lo innel p Concord, and flr stile by J llIAYll.& CO. jy26 74 Pnndran street. A LL 60 begs Allnpina in torae, itel Inor nule fyJ iI aElt & Cc. _jy 74 Pot drantetreet. L A't'HS-4Oltt Latie in store, nad Ior sale by J ''IIA VEIL & Co, 7v'1l. 71 Pnvdren ctrent. P Oltl(.-- I tlcl Mleer 1, Irilmeend solt. ('rime Just inslected, eor nnle by G. lORLSEY, jv..k 41 Newr Levee. IIAVANNA COFFEE. SRIME- l In lBfs petrimr green Huvanna Coffer tendwIn landg fromlbrig'l'nle Ennique,penllava. Ila. full ate, by JOSEPHr COCKAYNE, jy9 2 Oravier latrnnt. d l1l1l) CI tULtst-...2I bonne, Llandilg frnal ehip ISAAC IRllIiGtC & C.., I ? ~ . L Y a N l .Ilunganillecleoe. ii at' (l'TI lt Blue writingll llnl, warranled a su perior ah In.I; for eel. by IDAVIID FI:ll'' & CO, Newa YVnt sltallionel lIll, Jy26 21 CIIIItres ntrere S11-k0Il Fie. a Vtiutae Lent' La -1 ill ntare, far IJ salele I g YEtl e AIIELUN(i, 17 Cmame.ere ý''\lIE (IF 1.. UIlS) AN1,~ jta ninor teta. Illn'rnlne CCIl rt. 4ý 'I'l-K e) IIEK'I' Y allnl JAII12tS I' N lEnt, Svs. Thllir ClItllenor all. tIa Credriteorof . P. elty & CoI. Na. I 5e-hlulll Centlll Cl tile l'nttltaltl-'a altrlPeilv heevig bIeaen dacciptled l.heCo1u1'. l alt he of lice surd t_ redlitore d.. take place t the odic- of (· ··d wardl liarIneft, q E ,Notary l'nblicl-, n 'Itlnallull, the fill Iof Slle lnl.ll Iecrt, nit II il 'clclk, A. I., o Ill a par. a1111 it the mlealntilme ill ju:lie.al ploceleeltlldaiuna Iheii Iptr~on* ad property, it s to the redl~l. luau men booedl·( in the schedule, arse -toyell~ld; toil1 It i+ illfher I(r 11111tha MlU~it Esq. ber lltai~tlt ad In repreleatl thle lIbselIl crerilors, ill this case it ilnle- tle al lo. A. .1. llactaIInHI· , Jglldgell !l1 said cotI 1111 hday al.tIugust, A. II. li8:1r i'llt.2O LE'd)e nu17-2tlll I1) Cv.CI'k. DIttitNIN Pi.s DElL. pp CIINSTANall1.l Isy ..f all:lllll'a F e and Eagle L1 'otvder kept tin han~d, for satel i~v S LUOCE & CO. aa7 2 ld ILeveler. E11OlTI T alifllaIfltuli dIdn Iltieltt UNelltll rp alenneld eiLrsjuan rereivel aIlld tftr saaeby s LoI) RE & cII. alut 7 Otlt L~eene. at I l NA .IlK ti'N e' A tiEl .l IA ltAI'IOILP. 9 Il()LE 1E .' Cl.)., Na. 22 Otli Leant, have in .sl.tre~ flbhir ownte m,;lllelfucalire, n ,e 1.1 ex. trastve uxtIII entOel ll ewrPI which tht y inatle deage. ailt Itelr l t line; aim; 21111 Copper, ugarn hnolse ski .ntlers; 2;J1 do. Sulgar Ladles; 211 doz. Coppler degar l)a la; ItUtllhilg liubs. HsdUrt size; 30 gross uslorled sired ('ep'ee ·,iigl:e. N. liItf Rea f bul~ttlditigsanllceredlt 101)1 ncape 1offill. Co llt d t ill gu aer ntI p IuIt e n cil . litries no ice. 11"71 1)IRlK--"% l bbls,pritue M O soft trite e A riillldere forto~ by.7 I)IJIiLSY, aui7 1tNenct. SNtll.LIIiLEI I In-Jstl teetaedt, 111 addiltioalllll 1 se. pl! 111 ui vcty xulpHrur indehltie ink farr markingl .5.1. \.. i tmtt citlni Indle :ttee labf std.rb Ilneen New Yark $Ielalalelec lla , ý :tirt?. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SPEDI)IIY, IIANDSOMELY AND CIIEAPLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE True dlmerfcan, ST. CHARLES STREET, NEAR POYDRAS. m23 INE & PORTER BOETT'LES-50 Igross nine and 100 gross porter bottles, for sole by HO)LMES & MILLS, jy2l Ilank Alley. SCOTCH ALE-72 casks Scoteh ale, (quarts and pintsi for sale by IOLMES & MILLS, Jy21 (ank Alley. ARPENTEK'S Fluid Eutcrat of Stearparitla lvand all other Carpenter's PrepurnliAs, received lately bv H liO)NNABEI., jy2i cor Tchoupitoulas & Natchez ets. 'LTTER PA PER..-Jut received liom tiil rll wine Mille, 6cases superfine blue letter paper some very low priced; 10 cases superflne white lette paper, dl; 2 cases thin pink letter Ipaper 4 cases supe, fine packet post large size; 2 cases superfineletter assorted colors; cao's sup1erfine octavo assoeted colors; for sule, wholesale and retail, by D FEI.T & Co, New York Stationers' Hall, jy2 . __ 24 Chartres streeL tlREi'NT--Possaession given immediately, the I ifousr on the Btth Rail Rood near ' Ik Lke Shore. The two Pavilionsi in Bath, ntear the Net Orleans and Na:hville Rald Road. Several Rooms in the Car House of the Balth Rail Road Company. For the palticulars apply to H BONNABEI., jy21 corner Natchez to Tchoopitoulas atT. TO tRENT-The House and Garden ldjoing Hlrby's 1 Academy, oil Tivoli Circle containlmg six rooms with kitchen, pantry, and out-houses, &c. Apply to JARVIS & ANDREWS, jy 21 corner Tchoupitolas & Conmmolln streets. FORTY Dt)I.LAIS. REWARI. Ci ANAWAY from the stscriber, filtern days ago, I lthe Negri, Girl LUCY or LUUCINDA. She is strong and well built, speaks English and some broken Fremnh; her skint to not very dark. She was owned by Mr. Tiogood, rleh by Mrs. Clark, in Pnydtnn street, who coldber ft hIr present nmaster. Sue has been seen live dcys ago, in tle lower par of the ity, and Sunday belfore last she exapenlded die whole da, in brick yard, near to the race cround. H BONNABEL, jy21 corner Natchez and T'choupitlulas stc. U SAP LIARD--lUll kegs snperinr article in fine slhipping order, and for epl by U I)ORSEY, jylt 44 New Levee. HISK.I-75 bibls reclthd whis.ey, ,ladinl u frolc stcnaboat HHnniibal, 1:, do, in store, for sale by L.A1E'T & AMELUNG, jy21 _ 17 Commerce str Cupping nastruments, P'aent Pumtp Synngla andl Stomsach Pumps, all of the mout improved den cription, received by the subscribers. Also, Cologne Water, IBalm of Columbia, Ward's Hair Oil, Fine Hair, Nail and Teoth Bruahes,&c. &o. jy19 SICKLES & Co, 40 Canal street. 1O l0 HIRE-A Mulutto Woman, a lirct rate washer, ironer, and excellent cook, for a small family. Alpply to REESE & D'I.ANGE, jyl9 18 Camp street W AT'ER COLORS-Reeves & Son's superior water colors inboxes, one, two, three and four rows; warranted genuine; also, a fine assortment of Germon adnd Toy painte; also, Muddleton & Sewall's Drawing I'rncile; a lew very superior sable and canlel's hlair Brn.hce for sale by DAVID FELT & CO., New York and Stationer's Hall. ji31 24 Chartre street. M A.IFOLI) LETTE R WIITER--Just received, an elegant assortment of Manifold Letter Wri ters, some half bound, for the Counting House, and soime nently done up in Moroccou cases with backs for travelling, a very useful and convnni.nt article, for sale by It FELT & CO., New York and StatioRers Hall, jy31 24 Chartres street. L EAF LARI)--lIl) aegs, in fine shipping order,oF L snpcrior qualty,at the landing, for sale by jy31 44 New Levee. LOUISIANA FURNITURE WAREROODII N,. 53, Bienvolle slreei. ' ILLIAM iR. CARNES, (f.rnicrly of the firm at SFint I Curaes,) wouldl repectlully infirm his 'riee.ds and the public flt blie is consutantly receiring from Now York ntilld Ioton a goIal asortment of Fr nitnre, sucl an malhogluy cbhois, culle, I edcteade, m.a lie a1i painted :iaisi, liiiplc and cherry bedsteadd , mahogiany andi cherrt tables of all description., bu reun-, toilets, srceltarys, writiug d,.sks, wardrole of llllonv und cherry, wslh standsi, looking glasses, fiathers, l}eddiig, Ae. &ce. Nit. I urniture packed for transportation with great care. jet .£lA 1rchra sed by NA T'l I', 'TO\VNS END, jf Exchan. . Ilotel, Grsvier ateet Nil; l I.\ DIED DUILA IS IllAIRD O thie al r nIPi on a f1 the person r person. w ho FORtllninty nov Iollo, o= his way frona tale iity al Lafaverte to his mu ster, i II 'lTHVO t i t 0 l, in tie ci-*y of NeTw Orleans, or any informalion htll will lead iu t ih e { t ie tio u o t' lh r pl urp e trn to r th tre o f. jy '2 -3 t l i[ -i tll c21 ks i o odlsl ol igli e, ow ela.I . 1b Neptune, laying II Orlte slreet wharf, for sale by (HIIASE & IIIXEY, Sjy" li Cullsllnlhouse street. A. MIiCINES, lAINTS & II(ILS-A large and Sgetneral ueortellIt onl hland, ftr sale loa,by JAIlVI & AND IIE\ts, jy_:-ltn.i.n rc or _lat,,m,, 'choupll.,t_ eLt.. utnt Hesadache Ir.emedy, Buo's lConrl PlYslel,-&ao . lar sa b v JARil'S & ANIIRtEWSA, jy2P+C c' Co,lmouln& 'I'Tlhlupioules st. FI'ITY KEGpS FIElIR T GE SHEN BUT'UER, 2;5 boxes bunch raisias, 10T boxes itperial tee, I) b rrelt cherry bouner, II) Ilalf hrrels FIallan market 5 barrels smoked tolgues, Ill boxes P A cheese, m50 boxNY o ilbert's starch, Received per ship Huntsville, or sale by jyJ8 I'E'1ERS & MILLARD. j+)URK--80 bbls M O, 15 bibls~elines, just reeivd, l fr sari by G DIORSEY, jel8 ,4 New Lev.e. IR, ULE, D CAP 6LE'I'ER PAPRR--On Ihandy, a tIllarge assortment atof low priced and very supetior Ios aned n bite, Wove and Blue Laid Capr and er Paper, ifr dale by DAVID FELT & Co, New York Stationers' Hall, jy'2 a24 Chartres street. LW ORLEANS & NASIIVILLE RAIL ROAD II.URS OF I, PAR'TURE O11 SUNDAYS TO BaTl. From Ilepol. From Batl. 6 A. M. 7A.M. 9 do. 10 do. 12 1. 2 P. M. 41 P.M . 6p.M. TIle rest of the week. Front Depot. From Bath 8 A. A1. 10 P. II. 12. 2P.M. 41 I. H.6 P. M. N. B.--Persans wishing to go on the Preria, en do so as taras the road extends without any extra icars.e JAMES H. CALDWELL - jy6il-6t Pesidast. NEW DIRlECTOIY. (UBLISHED this day, Giibhon's Guide and Dirae F tory of New Orleans and Lafayette; for sala by DAVID FELT & CO. t22 N Y Stationeers lall,24 Chmartes at. IuAGGING & BmALE PhOPE--500 pa Kentucky I IoggiBg; 12 coils do bale rope, in store and for oale by YORKE & BROTHERS, jylt 65 Ca.mp street. IIIEMORIRHOIJDS. L1AY'S LINIMENT.-No Fiotion.-Thi. ex. tr.aordtuary chemioai coteposition, the result ol science, and the inveotiou ofa celebrated medj. c:t omian, the introdultioU ofwhichl to tire pbli was ivOnsted with the *sulemnllly of a deathbed, bequestus, has sincn gained a reputation usparalleled. fully soustaning lil,, corroctess of tire lamented Dr Gridley's lart oonlfasmon, tat r , ll e dared not die without givil to posterity tile benefit of hiin knotwledge on this rsubject," and he therefore b qqueathdll to his friend and allttondant, Solomon ltays, tho secret of his discovery. It is now used it tiet principal hospitals, and the private practice in our counltry, first and moaslt cerla lit tihe reo ofll the Palo, and so exten sively and rflictually as to hafilo credulity, unless whreo its eflbcls aro witnessed Externally in the followlng comnplainRs: For Dropsy-Creating extraordinary absorption lt onCe'. All Swellings-Reducing themo in a few hoqrs. Rheuoatism--Acuto or Chrootc, giving qpliek ease. Sore Thtroat-By Cancers, UlAers or Cols. Croup and Whoopotg Couglh-Extersnlly, sd over the Chest. All Bruses, Sprains, and Burns-Curing in a few houra. Sores anld Ulcers--Wahetler fresa or long standing, and fevor sores. Its operations uplon adults and children in redan. ing rlleunlati swellings, and loosening coughs and tiglhtn-rrs of the elst ny elaxatliont of tite parts5 has been surprising beyond conception. Thb colltmo remark of those rwho tuna used it i tshe Piles, ia " It acts like a cltarm." 'I'E PILES-The price, 1plis refunded to any person who will use a bottle of Hay's Linimenat for the Piles, and return the cmpty battle witlhsua beuag cured. 'lhooe are tile positive orders of the pruptliolur to tile Agetntl and out of mansly thsno sands sold, not one t at beea n ulallecesaful. W' .,night insert cerlaflcatas to any langths btk prefer that thIluo who sell tile article, should ex latItI tihe original to psrc.ksars. CAUI'ION--Nou cal be genuine witlhosut n -plpodld ellgraved wraplae, oil wllah is la.y name. and alao tlat ol'f the Agents. LOLOMON flyAYS Sold wholresale andl retail, by COM1STOC & Co, Newv York, and by one Druggist in every town in the Union. For sale by tie Wholesale Agents, corner of COIUaUo:I Si Tohanopitoulal soLaOt0, nod by the ll'tlluhnuare genuranly. j3A

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